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  • Plugin Guide
    [API Change History] [Available Plugins] [How to Develop Plugin]
  • Kettle plugin for CUBRID support
    Kettle plugin for CUBRID support
  • [NEW] CUBRID Query Browser Arrived!
    Hello the CUBRID Community members! I am very pleased to announce the first release of the very new tool we have been working on very hard for the past few months. This tool is distributed under the BSD license and allows users to work faster, easier and more conven...
  • CUBRID Through QuantumDB Eclipse Plugin
    If you are familiar with Eclipse and prefer using it as an interface for various projects, there is an Eclipse Plugin called QuantumDB that you can use to connect to and administer CUBRID Database Server. Below you will find very detailed and step by step tutorial, which...
  • CSQL - Command Line SQL Interpreter
    I decided to update this CSQL Interpreter Tutorial to make it clearer why it is a must-know tool for database administrators. Once a user has installed CUBRID database server on their machine, the first thing they need to do is to connect to the database server, and t...
  • Collectd Plugin for CUBRID
    Creating Collectd Plugin for CUBRID HA This tutorial will show how to easily use Collectd system statistics collection daemon to monitor the performance of the CUBRID RDBMS. You will learn about CUBRID HA (High-Availability), Collectd and the Collectd plugin architectur...
  • Install CUBRID Query Browser as an Eclipse Plugin
    To install CQB as an Eclipse plugin, open your Eclipse IDE, then choose Install New Software from the Help menu. The following window should pop up. In this window enter the following URL in the Work with: field, which will indicate where to download the CUBR...
  • How to refer ngrinder core in the plugins
    When developing plugins, sometimes the plugin might need to refer ngrinder core class's instance. For example, Config or PerfTestService instance which might be necessary to access settings in system.conf or control the perftest processing respectively. You should not create...